Featured Short: Doppleganger!
DIRECTED BY DREW DAYWALT
doppelganger – dop•pel•gang•er – 1) a ghostly counterpart of a living person, 2) a double 3) a twin or alter ego
Featured Short: Love Hurts
Whoever thought that getting over someone you love could be so creepy?
Cast: Medi Broekman, Nasrdin Dchar, Déna Massque & Sergec Geworkan
Director: Shariff Nasr
Executive producer: Arno van Rossum
Producers: Floor Schroeijers & Robbert Bruijs
DOP: Bas Andries
Gaffer: Martin Roozeboom
Art: Paula Loos
Sound design: Michaël Sauvage
Solo Short! “Who Goes There?”
I completely forgot to post this! Ok, so this was done on a night of SUPER boredom! I had plans for the night but a really bad storm threw them out the window. The following is a result of that night. Shot, directed, written and starring myself with a brief cameo of my wife who had no idea what I was doing while she was on the phone with a friend in the bedroom Enjoy:
Latest work: The Other One
Check out my latest foray into webisode making, although this is only a four part-er. BUT! I combined all four parts and made this into a short! I aspire to be like “Fewdio” (You must check them out!), but those guys are just way too good! This is one is called “The Other One” about a gentleman serial killer. Hope you enjoy, if you do, you can check the other three parts on youtube other shorts on Vimeo or Youtube, if you must:
Everything Must Go!
An unsuspecting couple finds a strange woman in their apartment and decide to take matters into their own hands. But, why is she there?
Another little short, short I did on a whim. Hope you enjoy!
A writer is thrilled by news that he may have a potential buyer for his script. Sure, his friends helped him out here and there, but what matters is that it was HIS idea…right?
Just For One Night
Here is another short my fiance and embarked on after, yes, another night of boredom.
After being stranded on a college campus due to bad weather, a young woman begins to hear weird noises in her apartment even though she is the only person on campus . . . or is she?